Kore3 C5 Front and Rear question

CDUNIGAN1981

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Im here for the installation pictures

I'll post when I get there. Reaching out to SSM tomorrow to finalize front suspension. Afterwards, I'm making decisions about kore3 kits. Not sure how I feel about no parking brake in rear. Get the feeling 355mm up front might be too much for my 18"s as I've read certain American Racing wheels have issues even in 18", needless to say, I'm measuring.

With that, if I'm all eyes myself.
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http://www.kore3.com/tech.php#fitment_templates. Scroll down to templates. You might have to scale your printout to make it right, there's a ruler on the side. Transfer to cardstock/poster board and check fit on the inside of your wheel. Also, if you order from them you get a pdf with multiple pages of instructions and 3D illustrations, very easy to understand and install.
 
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CDUNIGAN1981

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http://www.kore3.com/tech.php#fitment_templates. Scroll down to templates. You might have to scale your printout to make it right, there's a ruler on the side. Transfer to cardstock/poster board and check fit on the inside of your wheel. Also, if you order from them you get a pdf with multiple pages of instructions and 3D illustrations, very easy to understand and install.

I did see this but didn't immediately understand how to use it until just now. When I read 'wheel hub ' I just assumed I needed my hubs installed on my spindles first so I walked away from it after about 3 seconds of reading.

First time caller...yikes

Thanks for pointing this out. It will allow me to order it sooner.
 
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CDUNIGAN1981

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I emailed kore3 for an opinion.
With that, does this look right?

I mean at the risk of affirming my ignorance.
Did I do this right?
Is 3/8" okay?

Corey
 

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Dayzedandkonfuzed

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I mean at the risk of affirming my ignorance.
Did I do this right?
Is 3/8" okay?

Corey


Oh yea bud. I dont think I even have 1/4" on my front setup, almost had to grind the fins down.

 
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CDUNIGAN1981

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Oh yea bud. I dont think I even have 1/4" on my front setup, almost had to grind the fins down.


What size wheel were you working with?
 

CDUNIGAN1981

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http://www.kore3.com/tech.php#fitment_templates. Scroll down to templates. You might have to scale your printout to make it right, there's a ruler on the side. Transfer to cardstock/poster board and check fit on the inside of your wheel. Also, if you order from them you get a pdf with multiple pages of instructions and 3D illustrations, very easy to understand and install.

Super helpful pointing this out my guy!
 
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